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  1. Teatro Camões
    Teatro Camões
    The Camões Theatre was designed by the architect, Manuel Salgado, in respect for the guidelines designed for the public spaces of Expo ’98, which he also designed. Facing two buildings with a very prominent volumetry - the Pavilion of Knowledge and (...)

  2. TeCA
    Teatro Carlos Alberto
    The twelve-year span separating the destruction by fire of the Real Teatro de São João (1908) from the opening of the new Teatro de São João (1920) meant a golden opportunity which the other theatres in Porto quickly seized. All of them carried out (...)

  3. Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
    Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
    Founded by Almeida Garrett, and inaugurated in 1846, the D. Maria II National Theatre, designed by Italian architect Fortunato Lodi, has a neoclassical architectural style. The Theatre was virtually destroyed by fire in 1964 and re-opened to the (...)

  4. Teatro Nacional de  São João
    Teatro Nacional São João
    By initiative of Chief Magistrate Francisco de Almada e Mendonça and a group of private investors, the Real Teatro de São João was built from a project by Italian scenographer and architect Vincenzo Mazzoneschi. Officially inaugurated on May 13, (...)

  5. Teatro Tivoli
    Teatro Tivoli
    Inaugurated in 1924, the Tivoli Theatre designed by the architect, Raul Lino presents a facade of neoclassical inspiration, and a sumptuous Louis XIV style interior decoration.The building was subject to restoration works in the 1990s that restored (...)

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    The "Mascarados" (masked figures) in Lazarim
    In Lazarim, in the municipality of Lamego, the Carnival cycle encompasses two periods. The first starts on the fifth Sunday before Fat Sunday, and the second takes place between Fat Sunday and Ash Wednesday. The various celebrations preceding the (...)

  7. Caretos de Pondence
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    The Caretos of Podence
    In the village of Podence, close to Macedo de Cavaleiros and 40 km from Bragança, Carnival is one of the most important events in the annual calendar. It's when the famous Caretos of Podence appear in the streets, diabolical figures that at this (...)

  8. A Judiaria de Castelo de Vide
    The Castelo de Vide Jewish Quarter
    The best way in which to discover the Castelo de Vide Jewish Quarter is most definitely on foot. Leaving from the main D. Pedro V square, head along Rua de Santa Maria as far as the Castle. This is the perfect time to take a look around before (...)

  9. Other
    The Chiado charm
    Located on one of Lisbon´s hills, the Chiado evokes the bourgeois charm of its 19th century origins. The neighbourhood was then the cultural and social heart of the city, home to the São Carlos Opera House, the São Luís and Trindade theatres, (...)

  10. A Ordem de Cister no Alto Minho
    The Cistercian Order in the Alto Minho
    In the green and pleasant land of the Alto Minho, located nearby the great rivers that flow from East to West, in unforgettable settings, we can discover four important nuclei of Cistercian monasteries – in locations that, from the 11th century (...)


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